Hearing Aids Can Serve a Second Purpose—As Wireless Speakers

Hearing Aids Can Serve a Second Purpose—As Wireless Speakers
When connected to a TV or stereo, a transmitter can “stream” audio directly to one's hearing aids. When synced with one's phone, conversation can be broadcast to both hearing aids. Bluetooth-enabled hearing aids can receive sound from a host of …
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Resources for coping with hearing loss
If you think your hearing is on the decline, Wells said, consult an audiologist first. "Through testing they can determine if it's a nerve-type of hearing loss or a medical-type of hearing loss," she said. If you do need a hearing aid, new models …
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Wireless technology improves hearing aids
Bluetooth technology allows phone calls to be streamed directly into the hearing aids. Plus, an app for android and iPhone users is available that controls the levels of your hearing aids from your phone. Though hearing loss can occur at any age, it's …
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